Why we recommend

If you were feeling kind, you might dismiss crow’s feet as ‘laughter lines’, and it’s true that they add charm to your expressions – but they also tend to be a giveaway of ageing skin. Hooded eyes can be hereditary, but they can also be a sign of ageing. D·E·J Eye Cream enables you to give your eyelids and your under-eye area a hefty dose of TLC, moisturising and rejuvenating the skin to reduce crow’s feet and hooding. Oh, and in case you’re wondering – ‘D·E·J’ stands for ‘Dermal-Epidermal Junction’.

Revision Skincare D.E.J Eye Cream

All-in-one moisturiser for the eyelids and eye area

£113.00

D·E·J Eye Cream is an intense moisturiser for the delicate skin of the eye area and the eyelids. Using this cream consistently in the eye area helps counteract sagging, wrinkles, and redness, while using it to rejuvenate the skin of the eyelids reduces hooding. 

 PRIMARY BENEFITS 

  • Hydrates and moisturises the eye area and the eyelids
  • Increases the skin’s ability to draw in moisture and retain it
  • Improves the skin’s texture
  • Boosts the skin’s microbiome with prebiotics

CLINICAL STUDIES: 

In a 12-week study, 90% of participants reported an improvement in the appearance of their upper eyelids, while 87% of participants reported improved visual smoothness in the crow’s feet area around the eyes.

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SKIN TYPE

All Skin Types

    Crow’s feet – the fine lines that radiate outward from the outer edges of the eye – are some of the first lines to set in on your face. This is because the skin in this area is finer and dryer than elsewhere on your face, and fine, dry skin is quick to wrinkle. Similarly, the fine, dry skin of your eye sockets and eyelids tends to show signs of ageing before much of the rest of the face.

    D·E·J Eye Cream hydrates and moisturises the skin of your eyelids and eye area to keep it in good condition.   

    HOW TO USE IT

    Use D·E·J Eye Cream twice daily. Pump out a pearl-sized amount, and then apply it gently to your under-eye area and around your eye socket without getting it in your eyes.

    Aqua (water), Cucumis Sativus (Cucumber) Fruit Water, Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate, Caprylic/Capric/Myristic/Stearic Triglyceride, Glycerin, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Cetyl Palmitate, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil Unsaponifiables, Cetyl Esters, Sorbitol Dimethicone, Cyclopentasiloxane, Cetearyl Alcohol, Hypnea Musciformis Extract, Glyceryl Stearate, PEG-100 Stearate, Alpha-Glucan Oligosaccharide, Decyl Cocoate, Lycium Barbarum (Goji) Fruit Extract, Sorbitan Stearate, Methylglucoside Phosphate, Copper Lysinate/Prolinate, Dipalmitoyl Hydroxyproline, Leontopodium Alpinum Meristem Cell Culture, Sargassum Filipendula Extract, Butylene Glycol, Panthenol, Caprylyl Glycol, Squalane, Phoenix Dactylifera (Date) Seed Extract, Sodium Hyaluronate, Tocopheryl Acetate, Hydrolyzed Quinoa, Palmitoyl Tripeptide-38, Steareth-10, Gelidiella Acerosa Extract, Palmitoyl Hexapeptide-14, Steareth-20, Hydrolyzed Myrtus Communis Leaf Extract, Hydroxyethyl Acrylate/Sodium Acryloyldimethyl Taurate Copolymer, Ethoxydiglycol, Potassium Sorbate, Leuconostoc/Radish Root Ferment Filtrate, Polysorbate 60, Xanthan Gum, Phenoxyethanol, Hydroxypropyl Cyclodextrin, Sodium Benzoate.

    What causes hooded eyes?

    Hooded eyes – having an extra layer of skin that droops over the eye crease, making the eyelid appear smaller and sometimes pushing it down – have various causes, including genetics, ethnicity, ageing, and lifestyle and environmental factors.

    First, genetics: if one or both of your parents have hooded eyes, you’re likely – but not guaranteed – to inherit them. Second, ethnicity: if you belong to an ethnic group prone to having hooded eyes, you’re more likely to have them too. Third, ageing: as you get older, not only does your skin lose its elasticity but the muscles that support the eyelids get weaker, letting the skin sag down. Fourth, lifestyle and environmental factors such as smoking, sun exposure, and poor diet can cost you skin elasticity, which may mean you get visibly hooded eyes sooner than you would otherwise have done.

    Can I strengthen the muscles that support my eyelids?

    Strengthening the muscles that support your eyelids is worth a try – you’ll find plenty of exercises on the Web – but may not make much difference if your genes or your ethnicity have given you hooded eyes. The next step is to consult a dermatologist who can recommend tweakments that may help. Eyelid surgery called blepharoplasty is also an option if hooded eyes are interfering with your vision.

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